Monthly Archives: November 2013

Photo Tour of Towson University

During my tour of colleges in Maryland, Virginia and North Carolina, Towson University was a pleasant surprise. Towson UniversityPhoto Credit: Allen Grove The campus does not have the impersonal feel of a large public university with over 20,000 students. The

Last Chance to Register for the December 14th ACT

Although the regular registration deadline passed us by a couple weeks ago, students can still register late for the December 14th ACT. Simply go to the ACT registration website by the end of the day today, November 25th, and sign

University of California Applications Due Soon!

If you’re a prospective college student hoping to attend one of the University of California schools in the fall of 2014, you need to act quickly. The submission period for applications ends on November 30th. UCLA Royce HallPhoto Credit: Marisa

18 Unusual College Scholarships

Do you aspire to be a flower judge? Do you conduct scientific experiments in your free time? Do you see yourself as a future enologist? As you think about how you are going to pay for college, don’t rely solely

All About The Ohio State University

There’s a lot more to Ohio State than exciting Division I basketball and football. The Ohio State University in Columbus made my list of the country’s best public universities in the United States, and its Moritz College of Law and

Photo Tour of New York University

For pupils who intend to go to university in a city, it’s difficult to defeat NYU’s excellent area in the Washington Square area of Manhattan’s Greenwich Community. Warren Weaver Venue at NYUPicture Credit report: Allen Grove But area is simply

November 2nd SAT Scores Now Available!

If you took the November 2nd SAT, your ratings need to now be available on the CollegeBoard website. If your ratings aren’t just what you wished for, do not neglect the truth that they are merely one component of your

“What Do You Want To Major In?” – College Interview Tips

Lots of, many university applicants are not yet sure about a major. So if an university recruiter asks you regarding your preferred industry of research, do not overreact. You don’t desire to shrug your shoulders and reject the concern, however

November 2nd SAT Scores Available Soon!

If you took the November 2nd SAT, your scores will be available on the CollegeBoard web site starting Thursday early morning, November 21st. If your scores aren’t just what you expected, do not neglect the fact that they are simply

35 Scholarships with December Deadlines

These 35 scholarships assortment in value from $50 to $100,000, yet all expire in December. This moment of year it’s easy to be a lot more concentrated on the holidays and your university applications compared to scholarship applications. Do not